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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-08-04

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] FinMin Tsakalotos urges Ergo to maintain jobs, create new ones, after ATE Insurance acquisition
  • [02] Access to files of dissidents kept by Greek police approved, under conditions

  • [01] FinMin Tsakalotos urges Ergo to maintain jobs, create new ones, after ATE Insurance acquisition

    Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said Munich Re's insurance subsidiary Ergo, which completed the acquisition of Greece's ATE Insurance on Tuesday, must prove in practice that the move will ensure existing jobs and create new ones.

    The minister was speaking during a meeting on Wednesday with representatives of ATE employee's union to discuss the acquisition, the finance ministry said in a press release.

    Ergo bought ATE Insurance from Piraeus Bank for 90.1 million euros, subject to net asset value adjustments. The sale had been announced by Piraeus Bank in 2014.

    [02] Access to files of dissidents kept by Greek police approved, under conditions

    Greek Data Protection Authority approved on Wednesday the opening of about 2,500 personal files of dissidents or ordinary civilians kept by Greek authorities after the civil war and until 1974, unless they concern national security or particularly serious crimes.

    In a press release on the issue, the body said that people involved in political and social struggles or important, high-profile trials from 1945 until the fall of the Junta in 1974 can access their files which are kept in the Interior ministry. However, the authority blocked complete or partial access to files pertaining to national security or serious crimes. Researchers and journalists will require a special permit from the data authority for access to personal files of people who are still alive.


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